Novomatic Americas have announced they will be showcasing their latest products at the upcoming National Indian Gaming Association trade show, the NIGA 2019, which is being held from 1st April – 4th April in San Diego.
In a press release published this morning, Novomatic Americas have announced that they will be showing off their sports betting technology, progressive games, and licensed content, as well as the numerous ‘sleek’ gaming cabinets within their portfolio.
Talking about the forthcoming show which starts next Monday, Rick Meitzler, President and CEO of NOVOMATIC Americas said: “This year more than ever, NIGA is a celebration of our commitment to Indian Gaming and a recognition that our Tribal Gaming partners are a leading force on the global gaming stage. We are committed to developing and delivering innovative solutions that add value to tribal casino operations, share our roadmap for the future and support NIGA’s goal of improving the lives of each and every tribal member. With the NIGA delegation trip to Austria this past January, we continue to reinforce our commitment to providing entertaining, innovative products that drive economic growth.”
Featured at the NOVOMATIC Americas booth will be their latest riveting suite of linked progressive product lines including the official U.S. premiere of the mighty THUNDER CASH™ Link.
Meitzler also went on to comment: “We take tremendous pride in our expanding relationship with NIGA and our Tribal Gaming development focus. We have added new product lines like our NOVOMATIC ActionBook™ self-service sports betting kiosks and our myACP Novo Rewards customer relationship management tools. We also are debuting our Absolute Vision™ content management platform and continue with our significant commitment of offering the latest in cabinets, content, technology, systems, and performance for our Tribal Gaming customers. This year we are launching proven progressive product lines on our best-selling cabinets to demonstrate our dedication to being a valued entertainment provider to our Tribal Gaming partners.”